Advances in Global Climate and Atmospheric Modeling: Perspectives from Yale and Todai

Saturday, September 21, 2013 - 1:00pm

Nadine Unger of Yale’s presentation on “Land Use Impacts on Chemistry-Climate Interactions” (Nadine Unger, Yale) is one of five talks from the symposium that you can still enjoy here.

Researchers from Tokyo’s Todai University and Yale climate scientists made up a 5-person forum that included talks on a variety of climate science topics Friday, September 21, at Kroon Hall.  Featured talks included:

Asia: Observations and modeling - Yutaka Kondo (University of Tokyo)

Aerosol effects on ice clouds: Climate forcing and potential for geoengineering

Trude Storelvmo (Yale University)

Modeling the 100,000-year glacial-interglacial cycles: Forcing and Feedbacks

Ayako Abe-Ouchi, (The University of Tokyo)

Land use impacts on chemistry-climate interactions

Nadine Unger (Yale University)

A convective quasi-equilibrium view of observed monsoons

Bill Boos (Yale University)